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BLOOMFIELD - Falls City Sacred Heart blanked Bloomfield the entrire night as the Irish moved on in the Class D2 Football Playoffs with a 36-0 …

WR coach Mike Furrey on how his group avoids getting frustrated by inconsistent quarterbacking and overall production on offense: "I’ve never seen quarterbacks go 100 percent completion percentage in a game — they’re going to miss throws. The question is, like [Sunday], Turbo hit the deep cross on the deep over, big third-down play early in the game, dropped the ball. That’s not Mitch’s fault; that’s our fault. But listen, you’re about to come back, you’re about run this route again on third down and you’re going to score a touchdown. So that’s the mindset that you have to have — especially playing wideout. You have to have as short of a memory as DBs do when they get beat when you’re not getting the football. You better get lined back up because if you’re sitting there pouting, 'I’m not getting the football,' and that football comes to you, you’re not being the player we want you to be. So I think they're all doing a really good job of that right now." Bears Insider's interpretation: Chicago's pass-catching corps is among the league leaders in drops, so credit Furrey for deflecting from Trubisky to his group and citing a specific example of Taylor Gabriel's bad miss Sunday — but also how they went back to him and he flourished. As Matt Nagy, his staff and players continue preaching the importance of not letting negative plays snowball, this point rings especially true. We expect to have more on this subject this week and specifically the dynamic between Allen Robinson and Mitch Trubisky.

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WR coach Mike Furrey on how his group avoids getting frustrated by inconsistent quarterbacking and overall production on offense: "I’ve never …